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Old 03-18-2004, 12:33 PM   #7591
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fellas is it true you can pretty much use a tc3 setup on yok
I've never heard anyone suggest that before.
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Well, just when I seem to be getting my Yok SD handling the way I need it to, the indoor season comes to an end
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This must be a joke, as I can't see any improvement on the weather
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Old 03-18-2004, 12:43 PM   #7593
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fellas is it true you can pretty much use a tc3 setup on yok
it's kinda hard to dublicate a TC3 setup on the SD as they have different shocks and camber links location
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Old 03-18-2004, 01:36 PM   #7594
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this came from a yokomo driver whos running barry bakers setup on his ssd. associated springs and pistons in his shocks.
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Old 03-18-2004, 01:38 PM   #7595
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just wondering if anyone else has heard of anyone else running associater springs and pistons on there ssd.
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Old 03-18-2004, 01:45 PM   #7596
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just wondering if anyone else has heard of anyone else running associater springs and pistons on there ssd.
Lots of people run associated springs, but the Rayspeed pistons fit the Yokomo shocks better. You need to sand down the associated pistons to make them fit better.
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Hey Russ, what model and motor is your accord? I'll get you some prices on springs.
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I can see it now, Russ cruzin in his slammed Accord, sittin' on some thangs and bumping the sweet sounds of Philly.. LOL
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LOL Bling Bling!
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just wondering if anyone else has heard of anyone else running associater springs and pistons on there ssd.
i do run associated complete shocks and springs on my SD
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Hey Russ, what model and motor is your accord? I'll get you some prices on springs.
03 EX Coupe 4cyl. Thanks James
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I can see it now, Russ cruzin in his slammed Accord, sittin' on some thangs and bumping the sweet sounds of Philly.. LOL
Oh yea, gona get some 18s for it too.
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I can see it now, Russ pulling up next to Alex on the street asking him if he wants to race....
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I can see it now, Russ pulling up next to Alex on the street asking him if he wants to race....
After the supercharger is installed
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Russ -

Eibach prices:
Sportline (lowers 1.9" front and 1.4" rear) $190.00
Pro-Kit (lowers 1.2" front and 1.3" rear) $229.00

No listing from them on the sway bars for an 03-04 yet. Let me know if you find anything cheaper.
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